Student work showcase at Plough Arts Centre

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Work from art students is being showcased at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington.


A selection of work including painting, drawing, ceramics and 3D installations, from schools is on display.

The schools have also been working together and with artist Dixie Appleton Wahl to create 29 wooden friezes on the theme Wild.

The exhibition launches tonight (Friday, March 6) at 7pm and runs until Saturday, March 28.

(Image courtesy of Monkleigh Primary School)





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  1. I visited the exhibition yesterday (Fri 20th Mar) hoping to see something of the creativity of the young today.

    But from the moment I stepped into the reception at The Plough and saw the large cut-outs I was spell bound. I have been in graphics a lifetime and been painting for about half and I’ve never seen an exhibition with more impact and life.

    With due regard for Dixie Appleton-Wahl, who’s work I would like to see more of.

    Well done, a great exhibition, I’m sure it’s going to affect my painting!

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